Vic Department of Justice to manage its talent

New Victorian DOJ enterprise talent management solution will perform succession, talent and workforce planning

The Victorian Department of Justice (DOJ) will roll out an enterprise talent management solution as part of a bid to implement an effective performance management program.

According to the DOJ the primary aim of the new solution was to facilitate growing individual and organisational capability through innovative learning practices and strategies.

“DOJ believes in providing learning and development opportunities for individual employees and business units to ensure they are equipped with the appropriate skills to contribute to the objectives of DOJ,” documents on the talent management project read.

The solution will also allow the DOJ to perform succession, talent and workforce planning, provide learning and development programs for employees within each of its business units, and help employees to understand the goals of the organisation.

According to the DOJ, the system will be rolled out to a user community of at least 6500 employees.

“The Solution must be scalable to cater for a user community triple this size in order to accommodate both DOJ and Statutory Agency employees,” the DOJ documents read.

With the solution in place the DOJ will be able to implement pay-for-performance in line with Victorian public sector policy, develop performance improvement plans.

It will also facilitate the design, develop and/or deploy rapid, and standard, electronic learning as well as enable employees to access eLearning material at any time.

The new system will be managed by the Justice Learning Team, a unit within the People, Safety and Workplace Relations Unit of the Department of Justice (DOJ), which oversees, sources, manages and when required develops generic or organisation-wide learning and development activities for DOJ employees.

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